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by Laura Marie Jimenez,Shawn Sutherland

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Author:
Laura Marie Jimenez,Shawn Sutherland
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978-0557200450
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0557200458
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lulu.com (April 19, 2010)
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Shortly after midnight on March 20, 1988, Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley, two seniors at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton has been added to your Cart.

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Susan Renee Smalley (born September 19, 1969) and Stacie Elisabeth Madison (born June 17, 1970) were two young women from Carrollton, Texas, of the United States who disappeared on the morning of March 20, 1988. Stacie Madison worked as a receptionist and had plans of studying business at the University of North Texas. On the evening of March 19, 1988, her good friend, Susan Smalley, was staying overnight at her house.

This Night Wounds Time book. Shortly after midnight on March 20, 1988, Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley, two seniors at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas, ventured out into the night. Shortly after midnight on March 20, 1988, Stacie Madison and. Their destination was Forest Lane, the legendary cruise strip known to every Dallas teenager as the premier hot spot for meeting up with friends. The girls were never seen again.

Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley, two high school students . Sutherland seems to agree in the book.

Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley, two high school students from Carrollton, Texas, were enjoying their last night of spring break. Before their planned sleepover at Susan’s house, they visited friends in the Dallas suburbs, went to the mall, and attended a friend’s party in Arlington. Typical teenage stuff. They returned to Susan’s house by their midnight curfew. Called This Night Wounds Time: The Mysterious Disappearances of Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley, it revealed nothing new but reignited police interest in the case. Both police and Stacie’s family believe that her ex-boyfriend hasn’t been fully cleared as a suspect.

Sutherland, Shawn (2009-01-01). This Night Wounds Time: The Mysterious Disappearances of Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley.

Stacie Madison worked as a receptionist, and she was also planning to study business at the University of North Texas. On the night of March 19, 1988, Madison stayed at her friend Susan Smalley's house overnight. Sutherland, Shawn (2009-01-01). "This Night Wounds Time: The Mysterious Disappearances of Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley". Retrieved 2017-03-17.

book by Shawn Sutherland. Their destination was Forest Lane, the premier hot spot among Dallas teenagers for cruising in cars and meeting up with friends.

This night wounds time. the mysterious disappearances of Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley. Published 2009 by S. Sutherland in . Written in English. Missing persons, In library, Protected DAISY. Stacie Elisabeth Madison, Susan Renee Smalley.

This book suffers from the kind of problems typical of self-published works, namely .

Sutherland interviewed Stacie and Susan's family and friends, the law enforcement officers who investigated the case, and the only real suspect, who was Stacie's boyfriend. Sutherland wrote extensively about the boyfriend, whom he refers to by a pseudonym.

In 2009 Shawn Sutherland, who grew up in Carrollton and was 24 at the time ot the disappearance, self-published a book entitled This Night Wounds Time: The Mysterious Disappearances of Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley.

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Shortly after midnight on March 20, 1988, Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley, two seniors at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas, ventured out into the night. Their destination was Forest Lane, the legendary cruise strip known to every Dallas teenager as the premier hot spot for meeting up with friends. The girls were never seen again. 22 years later, their disappearance remains perhaps the most infamous unsolved mystery in North Texas history. The product of the author's original research, this book, which the Carrollton Police Department credits with revitalizing its investigation into this cold case, examines: the lives of these two young women; what is known about that fateful night; theories and speculation regarding their final fates; the person of interest original case investigators insist was never "properly eliminated as a suspect"; and the impact this haunting event continues to have on the Carrollton community. For additional information, see thisnightwoundstime.com.
  • I spent quite a bit of time cruising Forest Lane in my 69 GTO Judge and working off Royal Lane in the years leading right up to when this case happened. I was in college at what was then called NTSU (UNT) when news of this mystery broke. The whole scene was changing and dying, and this was one of the last nails in the coffin for the Forest Lane "era." It was no longer about cars and fun, it was becoming kind of violent and strange. This book is a haunting snap shot of a lost time in Dallas history and a in depth look at a case I hope it is solved someday! Mystery people and DFW people really need to check this one out.

  • I was in the same graduating class at Newman Smith as Susan and Stacey so this book was just something I had to read. Susan was in several classes with me and I have always remembered and questioned where they are and what happened. The writing style is a little lacking and the book needs a good editor but it is informative and really, the only important thing here is that the police are given more opportunity to solve this missing persons, probably double homicide.

  • This is a simple non fiction book. The writing is not sophisticated, and it is "self published." One can read it in about an hour's time. I am reviewing the book because I think its author has taken on a very important job here, and that he has done his utmost to accomplish his purpose. He wants to draw our attention to the disappearance over twenty years ago of two bright, attractive young girls in the greater Dallas area. --- The author explains what happened, the very few clues that police and family have to what might explain the disappearance of the girls, and he asks that the girls not be forgotten. --- I devoutly hope this book will ignite greater interest in the case, and that more investigation might result. We get a poignant picture here of what family and friends have suffered. ---- I have a special interest in the case, perhaps, because I graduated from Richardson High in the Dallas area, and later went to college in Denton, to the school one of the young women was planning to attend. I'm familiar with Dallas life and surburban life described in the book and the good hearted people who live in that part of Texas. I remain connected to it through relatives and friends. --- But even without this connection, I would care. As Americans, we should care about every single person who is reported missing, whether or not they are presumed dead, and we should make a concerted effort to find out what happened or is happening to such people. --- Our television entertainment shows (Law and Order or Criminal Intent)focus on fantastical crimes and big city homicide; but every day in our country people from all walks of life go missing, and we should be as concerned with them as we are with the fictional killers of prime time. I will be checking the Facebook page of Stacie Madison and Susan Smalley regularly in the hopes of new developments. --- Added comment: I hope this author and his story do receive some interest from New York publishing. A commercial house might suggest many things, restructuring, including additional information about the divide between the fantasy world of CSI and small town investigating, etc. or more coverage of other missing persons cases, etc. But the story here is a compelling one, and the author's dedication is inspiring.

  • The guy that wrote this I have gotten to know. He is only writing it for the power to solve this crime. Upstanding writer and a really good book. I had to buy a second since i took so many notes in the first one.

  • Susan Smalley was my second cousin. This book is very well written and researched by Shawn Sutherland. We still do not know what happened to these beautiful girls.

  • Even though this isn't the best written book, it cuts to heart of every parent and friend. This is a puzzling, heart-wrenching case. I pray this book will be instrumental in solving this case. The book brought many details to light with many details and some speculation. My prayers are with the families and friends.

  • This is an excellent book about a heinous, unsolved crime. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in a true account of the disappearance of two Texas high school girls. The author writes with a style which is clear and fluid. It is a tragic story yet a great read.

  • I attend Newman smith High School as a Freshman when Stacy and Susan disappeared and I sang at the original tree planting Memorial before they moved it. This book is very informative, and not just another story about missing girls. I would recommend this book to anyone who grew up in Carrollton in the 80's.